You might recall that NBA 2K15 includes the ability to scan your own face. The results were at times less than perfect (and more than amusing). That technology isn’t being used for WWE 2K15, but what is there seems better for anyone that knows how to use image editing software.
WWE 2K15 allows you to upload custom images for use on clothing or as tattoos. You can take a picture of yourself, strip out the background and import that, too.
No messing with the Kinect or PlayStation Camera is required, but you’ll want to have a basic understanding of Photoshop (or a similar application) for best results. You can import a raw photograph too, but that might not turn out quite right.
Images will be uploaded to the WWE Community Creations server and then imported into the game. The video above shows how to create custom likenesses.
It will be interesting to see how 2K Games handles online play with custom logos and images. In some past titles, they were not allowed for online play.
For more on WWE 2K15, check out our preview of the new-gen version, which will arrive on November 18. If you have the itch to play the last-gen installments, check out our review.